The old line that a photo is worth a thousand words or images should apply in this case. This is the Apollo 17 mission. These are astronauts at a crater called "Little Shorty". This is where the orange soil was found. This is the last mission that man will walk on the surface of the Moon. This is the only mission NASA sent a geologist/anthropologist to the Moon. This is a certified NASA photo, number AS17-137-21011. Scroll down and look at the other things besides the "orange soil", that we found at Little Shorty!
Page Two - Walla Walla What?
Page Three - Heads & Tales!
Page Four - The Comparison - Old Versus New!
Page Five - Letters From Home?
Page Six - Letters And Faces
Page Seven - Tracy Unveiled
Page Eight - Who Is She?
Page Nine - Statement
Page Ten - Interesting
Page Eleven - More Faces In Stone
Page Twelve - Stone Heads
Page Thirteen - Apollo 17 Skullduggery
Page Fourteen - Just Another Rock
Page Fifteen - Shattered Remains
Page Sixteen - Twins!
Page Seventeen - Feline Image
Page Eighteen - A Third Party
Page Nineteen - Little Sister
Page Twenty - Pipe Rock!
Page Twenty One - Non-Human?
Page Twenty Two - So, Moon me!
Page Twenty Three - Hubble's Capabilities
Page Twenty Four - "I Sees What I Sees"
Page Twenty Five - Starting Point
Page Twenty Six - Are You Ready?
Page Twenty Seven - Maybe You Should Sit Down For This One